HISTORIC SITES SURVEY


In 1986, Morris County commissioned the historical architectural consulting firm Acroterion, Inc. to develop historic sites surveys for all 39 municipalities in the county. These surveys were intended to be used for historic and master planning purposes. This is an enhanced electronic version of the paper document prepared for Passaic Township, now Long Hill Township (municipal code #1430). Credits for those involved with this update are listed below.

PLEASE NOTE: Morris County is currently updating all 39 Historic Site Surveys in the county. This new project started in 2007 and will run through 2012. Information from the Long Hill update included here will be incorporated into the new Morris County project.


INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION:

 

USE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING INDICES TO FIND A SITE:


Electronic Version release 0.91 (nearly complete work-in-progress); entries updated as of September, 2006

  • Index of Historic Districts, Streetscapes and Individual Structures is functioning.
  • Map Index is functioning.
  • File Number Index is functioning.
  • Block & Lot Number Index is not coded yet.
  • Some additional historic homes not included in the 1986 Acroterion Report are not coded yet.
  • Additional historic material supplied by the Long Hill Historical Society about some of the listed historic homes and sites has not been coded yet.


Long Hill Township (Passaic Township)
municipal code 1430
Morris County Cultural Resources Survey
NEW JERSEY HISTORIC SITES INVENTORY

Original report prepared by:
ACROTERION Historic Preservation Consultants
for Morris County Heritage Commission
July 1986

Revised, expanded and updated by:
Long Hill Township
Historic Preservation Advisory Committee
1998 - 2002, 2004-2005



  • research and electronic text transcription: Claire Monroe, Eileen Stovall, William O. Watts, Larry Fast
  • additional photography: William O. Watts, Walter Carell, Larry Fast
  • HTML coding and digital imaging: Larry Fast
  • additional resources: Rene Phelan, David Dorsi, William Halsey AIA, Mary Lou Weller, Anastasia Harrison AIA, members of the Long Hill Township Historical Society, Friends of Long Hill Township, historic home owners of Township of Long Hill


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